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With the conventional first-line drug for early-stage bladder cancer in severe shortage, new therapies developed at Iowa are poised to lead a new wave of care.
Gerry Clancy is addressing what he calls "pandemic-informed" burnout with a plan to help health care providers enjoy their work, feel fulfilled, and stay in the game.
The Carver College of Medicine graduate wanted to pursue emergency medicine, but his career took him to a country in crisis.
Neurosurgery research provides keys to how we think about what we say.
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine faculty members whose published research manuscripts have had a lasting impact on science and medicine will be honored at the college’s Wall of Scholarship dedication April 24.
As a teenager, Jesse Van Maanen knew he wanted to be a surgeon. What he didn’t know is that he would end up practicing in a hospital 10 minutes from where he grew up.
Adding immunotherapy improves outcomes for advanced endometrial cancer, but results from a phase 3 clinical trial offer hope of a new treatment approach that may lead to better outcomes for women with advanced or recurrent endometrial cancer.
Researchers from the University of Iowa Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation are investigating the relationship between malnutrition and loss of muscle and mobility in older adults who sustained a hip fracture. Iowa orthopedic surgeon Michael Willey, MD, in collaboration with researchers at John Hopkins University and the Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Eugene, Oregon, documented loss of muscle and mobility after hip fracture. Their goal is to identify effective nutrition and rehabilitation interventions to prevent loss of muscle and function while preventing common complications after these injuries.
The Center for Procedural Skills and Simulation (CPSS), part of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, has been designated as a Comprehensive Accredited Education Institute by the American College of Surgeons. CPSS is one of only 97 centers to earn this prestigious recognition, ranking it among the most elite surgical training centers in the world.
Meet Uchechi Okoroafor, a student of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Biomedical Science Program in Cell and Developmental Biology from Ibadan, Nigeria.